Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Award-Winning Black-Owned Web Site Asks You to Be Part of a New Book

In 2007, I became a fan of the site which included daily articles about positive news in the African-American community. I was pleased to be featured in 2007 when I was casting for my play Shades of Black: a thought in progress which hit the stage in Baltimore, MD in 2008. I made my homepage, which kept me in the loop on news that often doesn't make the front page news on many mainstream publications.

Today's Drum has posted over 10,000 articles since its inception inMay 2006 and is linked to more than 400 web pages including AOL, and a few universities and high schools. Today's Drum won last year's BlackWebAwards for "Best News Site".

Today's Drum is publishing a book currently titled, President Obama, Just One Question.

Editors of the book are asking the public, "If you could ask President Obama one question, what would it be?"

Respondents are asked to leave their question in the comments section on It is also an awesome opportunity for you to leave your web site link on the site. At last check, over 100 individuals, from ages 8 to 70 years-old have already taken advantage of this opportunity. Selected responses will be published in the book.

Today's Drum Editor Keith Foxx calls this a wonderful opportunity to network. "The future is all about creative and strategic partnerships," he said.

You can go directly to the link by clicking HERE.

1 comment:

Todays Drum said...

Left my comment. Hehehehehe